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Tiffin, Ohio Tutoring Programs
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Tiffin District and Curriculum
The curriculum in Tiffin follows the Core Curriculum in English and Math and offers a wide range of subjects such as Social Studies, History, Art, World Languages, Technology, Music and Physical education. The curriculum aims to nurture the whole development of children in order to function as vital and contributing citizens in society. The Tiffin curriculum focuses on a safe development for children in a supportive and caring atmosphere where students are inspired to engage in meaningful learning experiences.
We currently cover the following Tiffin-area school district: Tiffin City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Tiffin District Curriculum
English and Math form the most integral part of the curriculum because they enable students to use the common reading, writing, and speaking skills along with problem solving and critical thinking to succeed in life. Students are encouraged through intensive Accelerated Reading programs to use their reading experiences and expand on their learning through projects, compositions, and essays. The curriculum from kindergarten through graduation is technology based so students can think critically using modern ways of learning.
Tiffin High schools offer a wide range of scholarships for students who excel in demonstrating outstanding academic and social leadership abilities and who will continue their studies at college or university. Music and athletic activities form a very important part of the curriculum for all students of all ages for extra-curricular activity, development of physical fitness, and social team leadership skills.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Tiffin Educational News
- Green Apple Project - Energy conserving workshops are being held in Athens Ohio to educate and bring awareness on the importance of cost efficient energy saving devices and strategies in schools and institutions. We need to come together in helping to save our planet and conserve resources through alternative means such as solar and wind power.
- A Call to More Modern Technology - Many schools have been out for the summer but the technology department is working overtime to replace old machines, and install new and modern updated equipment to its classrooms to help enhance the learning of students. Thanks to a specialized technology fund and highly trained technologists, the integration of new and upgraded equipment is possible. Mobile labs will be increased from four to five with Chromebooks to replace iBook carts, and students will be able to bring their own devices to class.
- Current Events - The district current events includes information on all the newsworthy items occurring in the schools. It also offers a unique resource of audio archives interviewing students, faculty, and staff on all areas of the school from extracurriculars to classroom practice to summer camps.
Tiffin Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: The Importance of Listening Comprehension
Often students have difficulty in grasping the material taught due to poor listening comprehension skills. If teachers can teach the value of reading, writing and speaking as much as listening, students would progress more effectively in their studies. In fact, when you think about it, we listen twice as much as we speak so it makes sense to teach students to listen and to understand instructions in class. Poor listening skills are often reflected in students' behavior by jumping to conclusions and asking irrelevant questions without thinking through the instructions and visually seeing the logical steps to the process. When primary level students read, they need to be encouraged to sound out the words, and pause for reflection after each paragraph. Listening comprehension is an undervalued skill that many adults today take for granted and many students have failed to acquire, which reflects in the quality of their work.